I recently decided to upgrade, well, no, upgrade probably isn't quite the right word, supplement is probably better.
Right, let's start again!
I recently decided to supplement my bulky Nikon DSLR gear with a serious CSC model camera.
I'd previously owned both a Panasonic G1 and Panasonic GF1, and whilst they were good, especially the GF1, they didn't offer me the image quality, or the end user experience I was after.
After a lot of research, I decided to buy into Sony's NEX system, and opted to purchase the Sony NEX-7.
The NEX-7 is an excellently specified camera. It has a 24MP APS-C sized sensor, incorporates an OLED 2.4MP EVF, has a tilting rear LCD display, a built in flash, a Sony hotshoe mount, an ISO that ranges from 100-16000, can deliver images at 10 frames per second, and has as a whole host of exposure, metering and focussing modes.
Whilst it is not the intention of this review to explain or describe all of the modes and functions, I would like to try and explain how I've found the camera in use.
With this in mind, I've split my article into a number of different topics, each of which I'll post about during the next few days. I'll also post accompanying images with each article.
Here are the topics...
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